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Boris Gramatikov

Boris Gramatikov

Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
USA

Biography

Boris Gramatikov obtained his Dipl.-Ing. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany, and his Ph.D. from the Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. He has completed a number of postdoctoral studies in Germany, Italy and the United States. He joined the faculty of The Johns Hopkins University in 1996, and works in the Laboratory of Ophthalmic Instrumentation Development since 2000. He is an active member of the IEEE, having chaired the Baltimore Section in 2006, and being the Section’s Director for Continuing EE Education since then. Dr. Gramatikov’s areas of expertise are electronics, optoelectronics, computers, computer modeling, signal/image processing, data analysis, electronic instrumentation design, biophotonics, ophthalmic optics, and biomedical optics, all applied to the development of diagnostic methods and devices for ophthalmology and vision research. His team has developed a series of pediatric vision screeners. Along with Dr. Cynthia Toth from Duke University, Dr. Gramatikov is the co-PI on a project for combining optical coherence tomography with retinal birefringence scanning, to enable OCT imaging in toddlers and young children. He has over 120 publications, 37 of which in high-impact peer-reviewed journals. He serves as a reviewer and editorial board member with a number of technical and medical journals.

Research Interest

Dr. Gramatikov’s areas of expertise are electronics, optoelectronics, computers, computer modeling, signal/image processing, data analysis, electronic instrumentation design, biophotonics, ophthalmic optics, and biomedical optics, all applied to the development of diagnostic methods and devices for ophthalmology and vision research.